Beasley Allen Law Firm, Montgomery, Alabama

Associate

Alexa Wallace

Montgomery, AL

Alexa Wallace, Medical Devices Lawyer

About Alexa

Alexa Wallace is a lawyer in the firm’s Mass Torts Section, where she handles Philips CPAP recall litigation. Alexa began working for the law firm as a law clerk in the same section.

Background

Alexa is a native of Jacksonville, Florida, and is the first lawyer in her family. Her parents are pastors and serve in the Jacksonville community. She has a strong desire to help others, and after initially pursuing a career as a neuropsychologist, Alexa opted instead to become an attorney.

Professional Associations

Alexa is a member of the Alabama State Bar and American Bankruptcy Institute.

Education

Alexa is a graduate of Lee University with a bachelor’s in psychology. She earned her master’s in applied cognition and neuroscience from the University of Texas at Dallas. Alexa went on to earn her law degree from Samford University Cumberland School of Law. During law school, Alexa clerked for other plaintiffs’ law firms in addition to Beasley Allen. She was the research and writing editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and a two-year member of the Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Team. Alexa served on the Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board as an associate justice.

Admissions

  • Florida (2021)

Education

  • Samford University Cumberland School of Law (J.D., 2021)
  • University of Texas at Dallas (MS, 2016)
  • Lee University (B.A., 2014)

Memberships

  • Alabama State Bar
  • American Bankruptcy Institute

Practices

Medical Devices Medication

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